National Park news

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Mining company refuses to take National Parks seriously

Campaign for National Parks is very concerned about proposed amendments to the planning application for the potash mine in the North York Moors National Park.

Support the DalesBus!

Campaign for National Parks is calling on MPs to sign an Early Day Motion in support of the DalesBus in the Yorkshire Dales.

Autumn 2017 - News from Around the Parks

Read updates from the National Parks this autumn

800 years of the Tree Charter

Hundreds of thousands of people are signing a new Charter for Trees, Woods and People, celebrating 800 years since the original Tree Charter, and pledging support for the future of the UK’s trees.

Peak District project wins Park Protector 2017

The winner of the 2017 Park Protector Award is finally announced! A project training volunteers to track the changes of climate change in the Peak District National Park has won the prestigious Park Protector Award.

Run and raise for Campaign for National Parks

We are excited to announce we have three places for the Big Half, the perfect warm up for the London Marathon.

Campaign for National Parks raises significant concerns about proposals for the Welsh National Parks

Campaign for National Parks has responded to Welsh Government proposals which could have significant implications for National Parks.

Fracking remains a serious threat to National Parks in England

Campaign for National Parks wants the Westminster Government to reflect on the strides forward made by the Scottish Government to ensure fracking will not threaten the future of National Parks.

Shortlist for 2017 Park Protector Award revealed

Campaign for National Parks’ Park Protector Award has shortlisted five projects for their outstanding contribution to the UK’s National Parks. 

Improving existing roads must be prioritised over new roads says Campaign for National Parks

Campaign for National Parks has worked with 16 partners, led by the Campaign for Better Transport to urge the Government to make improving existing roads a priority over building new ones.

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